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300 dead in Pakistan coal mines since 2010

More than three hundred miners have died in ten years in Pakistan coal mines according to a Pakistan news source. In less than three months another accident in one of the coal mines of Pakistan...

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Australian team launch explosives charging tool

SPONSORED: Forefront Services has recently played a significant role in the future of Australia’s mine safety and in October, the team launched their explosives charging safety products to an...

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Arc Flash urgent reminder across industry

The arc flash risks of working on live electrical equipment have been well known throughout the mining and general industry for many years, yet too many incidents still occur with tragic consequences...

Advice for Entering the Mining Industry

The mining industry is one which is fiercely competitive in this country, but it is also one which can be highly profitable if you are able to establish your company and create a strong reputation...

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Underground worker pinned by runaway vehicle

The NSW Resources Regulator has confirmed that thirty incidents occurred at mines across the state. One incident this week occurred where a mine worker was injured while trying to stop a runaway...


Austmine Networking in Brisbane

Austmine’s Brisbane End of Year Networking event provides an opportunity to celebrate with industry colleagues and the Austmine team at the end of a fantastic year for our industry. The event...

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